The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01789

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PNw six moMT SINoADVANCE ln o is oc
3 t**;A* lA DASVANCEL. 'ano 4 "r By VICTOR RIESEL
THIS ,I YOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN Apparently a union dhke od eo'1
automatically drop dead on i a.
tion's water front because he's
honest. Or because he' bag UMM
the pressure of intimate frisae
THE eMAIL ABOX Albert. trhlmb
executioner, of Murder Ite's., .
o e. st ays. These friends of.
great man have thought itZ
The Mail Bo is an open orum f or re des o The Peaome Ama- f casualrb to ask a longshalre
aken. Letters are reisoved atefully and re handled in o wholly cnt- men's union business agent to kill
tde ia et mSo e. some one as a "personal favor"
h at nye trBa e P leso dln't be imatient it it does"t appleOt he if the official wanted to keep A~
S seal day. Lenerse a ulished in the order secevee. job.
Plesans t to keep the letters limited to one pee length. Although honesty may no a be
Identity of a ter wrilon m beld in sltretiest confidoeno the healthiest policy on the
ThIs mnwspa r sso me h a respond siblkty tor, 1satlese as opinion: docks, it hasn't always roven.
Ses r shoremen labor officials wMo had W,
a good thing in smuggling banan- ,
o as, armed airplanes, aid d4
CORRESON "in charging merchants uo to -
ONf eor permissi to unIl Br
owu-ir.r s of perishballMe il
This is an open letter to the Britash Embassy. on r 4 of ersh a bl
S After hearing the 'La Boca Alumni Glee Club" in their Aparently, ther ia stro -n a
Thanksgiving concert, I feel justified in saying that such a per- v.ction t, som circles that NI %a
Sformance is worthy for any Queen. has ba found suffiele .nt. i
S I am sincerely happy to know that a group of such quality fashioned as to attempt to v .
actually exists In Panama. his union salary alone. ..
This group was founded five years ago, and has been per-
Surming steadily under the direction of Miss Emily Butcher. e s man is the Ca i B
have sung for the President of Panama, the Governor of the Ca- ley who succeeded old King R3 "a i -
nal Zone. and many other dignitaries. as head of the orphaned Interns-
am suggesting that this group be invited to sing for the tional Longsboremen's Ame. lThe .
SQueen. as a means of showing the cultural'abilitiea produced by r. murderous days of the "Din.
4 anW.a that are comparable to, and in many instances exceed, Dosg" Bells, the "Cockeye Dumns .
the abilities abroad. and the "Squint" Sheridm as mhayter mn
Sydney lAthews be over for there are leaders o nv on a
*_ the AFL, the CIO and John Lewis' o t1
1ine Workers who b.lia prad. m a W 3ikthe T10
I NEED A NEST. ley is okay. They have eepffrred
Ft. Amador, C. with him recently. So they must S
I notice the Pan Canal is taking good care hei people thnk him honest i
ak'w l ia A hmarters are concerned. Now why can't the ArT do pt. Bradlo who lead some1- ,
AM ~ -There are old barracks on posts all over the mmus Cpt. Brastern who leads ,ome
tm jtst standing vacant and rotting away. A few dollars al .ys will be fo o ed some.
ol tlveret them to pretty nice apartments. It's pretty hard 10,000 others who wor~ t iin
liv i i(i Panama away from every thing .the untion's harbors, pdosMt l hs
S S course I could do as one man is said to be doing. He mdov- ofr from sections of these tb'ee
Sin with a friend of his on a post and his wife is still getting ab I labor a za n. He i
'~ n Itotment heek fo r quarters allowance. ca bring in his Ir
But he must leave ra.keteers.delt
S-Name Withheld Naturally ontside.us e a e l st
The most recent eafer to) e- By .9"A. RUARK
4 "n olety was made to him li
211 at a secret meeting in a-khh
WEO'S TO BLAME FOR THE SITUATION? ho m 1 e frequented by thsl.a .ae.
fa tie than the black hole set. a
tired of man about teen-agers scandal. It is a mls- Once In a while you just have m ore a, l ideitifie4t as ai o ..'1 remember thit. It taught
f 'i'bdtamed'oerre naboutsteen-agerr scandal. It r a mis- .
s bid came from the CIO's lo.lay back and laugh at the curl- "chores".> r r thigs an arly rpt
h the tirih of the hatter, fellow citizens. 1s that you aren al Varitime Union, Preant ously circuitous wal we Ameri- around the hosee tit small boys hurt a mailater
js o ihy with ymour very mporiant social and business affai at ne session on thei cs dble on or o eap- and ma girls e supposed to ifr t t t ught to
ij .you didn't have any tnme left to b1ve your children. I'll i f v L 1, Nov. In in a i ally when we deal, will .1Zing do, an ad a enses re brooked c t el-d early
So. as to say that you hate your children! Yes, you ha tey tm for the evening by N thea yup un w. see WWt Iet bJu- by. the parents. Prn the time retllt*at IC hl s enm h
Sof there of their doubles, their needs, the Maritime Union leader Joe m r and 1ttle Sis .al tlPit a she was old eaoug h t addle, Sis- plS I! e-Wr .i t t y
a lo att o you want hem to do is to obey re e Big Je himself ee, new kind of toy lo Santa teS made heown bed ad helped too aut tr to put
unreal eomagds nd keep oue t of your hair. You Just nd lInd command, the b .stra;. stumbles into the toom. with the diskes. be .dhi .u te mo ln
S~te t gist Hedley Stie heir dite They will be tos, according to Little Buster mowed that lawn., e y- a or-,r Io or tire do
want to nt counsel, Herman o ~ c te Christmas previewn o(be .tToy Little Bnote' nr at he errands. d It j" a l ,h
S You theu ijte to he world unasked. nd then one ut Brdley; his at torny, a a.- Manfacturers 4 the Inle.i Lt e:tot- lesr t e for e and window.
every four yetem saasheas their home to. pieces by divorce while tigable and incorruptible lawyer ttp, whih ll tach the little tt r i e is br
they're still kids.. They grow up with one or both parents miss- by name of Gporge Brenner, and moas terms to work while they aply rom the me and even hired out
Ur. The kids who arn lyecler ke p their parents through twoe others there as technical In short, t he b.b'y ~st wb ban d a to l' t- he n lb rs A eto ht
teen, and how...o but4ow many o them fet love, understand aides. get herself a closetful of brooms, The tt w t toall
e and awreciation from those parents? mps gad aiR to* a o a B
How many fathers apand as mIcn time with their children As This leisurely, four-hour d lner outm lt f
They do with poker, at pbors or readlg t h sports pages? oW T ws held at the Ham o une, e iork. Ut Ad ldi. will a ed to seek ou work su
mal mothers know fhow to give tlehl daughter proper sex guio- n a swank oart f NewYd ,, ha A n e
ameie and how many do? Centrl
Y To tear-your h dismay at the ruep.tomd thwn l ass ar aupoAw n I
oo* s Mht.bros t u. But who hn fu nlamea .u aou li the water rot una ns 0u i
t thead.t l fIoW t9 ,-No Iea bla .the teen-age requent. All this, to throw us and.
tks or "bad nag hh "or "b moo newsmen off their trail.. iS I ght. aste
ool." And whei you do blame these factor, what do you do stumbld on the session. An 1 theraptle w toe t rewards, dpt
S hw -Nothing, my friends, nothing should report that the NMU lead- r a ew si mple values, to s the form ofd aowances Wa- LW l.
Takd a ook at your own town. What have you done to g1k era have posiUvely refused to a4- them l. me sp Ar thb V nd, e 1 a
.aqou llq-~e an outlet for taeir social needs? What stet irit that tre was such a gather- house, aid bIp-tiem 1 a gromed dr aow
,6 ,;= t mauze a sound = education for every mhieb i fair enough. But they t dhe 4 aan ocs born s eutra
,WW at measures have you provided to help teem-agers solve met They' at. They oured Ano:re I J ,a ms dloin] o
emotional, financial and psychological problems? What h emlp trad Tney oered to a m it .tie a. asr,
Sribt. actually, do Vou have to criticize the teen-agers or anybdv against the mobs. They as ed hi pa s ..
14-0re.. when yQu've done nothing about your naalo a problem to j.in .O. They said the wo ll
I'U give you ten to one right now that you haven't even done t 0 who ro d t
any one these things for your own children I ula sld siradlaey's sue tme.
Same l the adult scandal of neglect of teen-agern. You are the predacy. But it was made Jusier t oark as he ly wbusy.aue ra i .
I Wmo'i ones not they. Instead of pointing and indignant fin- lea tha the return pta w. atsa. n w
Rer. let's open our hearts and minds to these kids of yours you've ae ,whether or not he ne .,.
neglected. p Jid oe Ryan.
OGve them baek their parents real parents who can. st-
Isfy their emotional deeds, and keep them form turning to delin, Now te covered the Nation-
owenev to find what we fail to give them. Build good, clean so.- l darltlme Union leadership,
elal places for them to have fun in... teach them the truth about even In the da when it meant
sex... help them build a personal philosophy which will guide a klfe.wlelding :
them safely throqth the difficult years of adolescence. hised Its build in .
The challenge is yours. Will you.accept it?" t l sant1 ommunt .t 0. -
A- Diyhsd e that none of its WIAMpIff TON-. (NUk the King *W 40 sis, 5gat ud fa
e ;es would touch a crooked retary M Ma2t7n y reb i puest he
y. I tknw that Big Joe Curs- y"?ee iva
al ld breokk the back of any her w 'a ara M
inI who spld out this Sailors Un- MiW riva6' th "
from the Comintern': n ,K
"he ad litt Hedley Stone
r Invitation to Capt. Bra&d being o an
a .Itherefosr is evidence to me dAlmbnd. to the y
that there is an honest man on the e. 40 bme
i5 waterfrontt. To the public It makes where considered
TODAY V-Al no difference wliether Bradley says, was Ihmi
0.el .s a tothe AFL. Or into the h a. ow i
0. Or into th' Mine workers pot~ whemby '
(which have a tugboat division). ,wa Ib AWba,4
Or'stays Independent. The public a with
w ta mobe driven from the beoss I
liapsrts won't coat them a L
o,0 p. ._9.1 l e eaeh year ain
CfeYTRA SMOq8.: 1z:50- |;m .c ,I; s eple~txmrrtt tuaes o mobsters. .,
C It seems oJloir' then, to ask lb hi sI bn"4 I I I
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With Loose Talk On Smoking T

NEW YORK, NOv. 27 (UP) talk on'the subject as repamrtd a js f." av.i
Paul M. l hn, president of the In the press during ragent s lt I pu r IIl
Amerlqin Tobacco Co. took I- months. Tbpso is a MA Tdk l
mse today with what e cafld so maLy maallie t Miat
"loose talks' about etat nmok- It is only natural kltt ti kind
mg contarbuting to lC cancer. of comment should ra pub-r that y a
Hahn said he realized he was lic controtemw nd .trsa r -il
running the risk t of being a- result In considerable ty." altydfn t
caused of being "comercally Hahn sd the facts are: person daw frot
minded," but that he feltt i 1. Both olgaret smoking and and paint It on tbh O
should be made known that no lun cancer have greatly -aI- ee, eUMyDAYS
one hbs proved that umokong creasd over the past two ae- caaM n the i.
contributes to lung cancer'. cades. Some scientet think this M have made the
The statement bt Hahn whose statiscal parlel indicates there perlPent andrl
company makes Lucky trikes may be a linM. Others believe oamn w Sre.
and other tobacco products, was the parallel Is "faulty, unreliabtle a
the .irst oy any of the major and oftimes meaningles." A betweb e ken skin r
manufacturer n n.the subject. 2. "Wth all the research be- lmca and lank canoners -lt
He dioio@a that the Amer- Ing conducted In this field, no an belnga.
lean Tobacco po. Is conducting one has yet proved that lung 4. There are sent" .4
research in Its own ~bboratory cancer in nmy human being Is point numerous other i
trying to determine whether directly traceable to tobacco or causes such Ms the
there is any foundation to a Its products In any form." poution of air la the laIrrd
link between smoking and can- A few scientists have re- .
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field, he disclosed.
Hahn hald his company Is ASK FOR
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objective research" will rove ,
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IbMn well In advance of tie day. Here, she restores holly leaf
Sreath and tinsel by swishing them up and down In srnkful of
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (U.P.)- i
Eight years ago city employee I
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ring he fotud while cleaning out
the city sewage system.
His wilf, Victoria, wore it until
the band broke recently. When she
took it to a jeweler for repairs
he looked at the ring and called I
police. .The diamond and platnum
ornament was worth lt ea $1,-
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I Detective Lieut. R. A. Strick-
land checked Mrs. McLeondon's
story and told her to keep the
! "nooks like her old man finally
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SShe Wanted To See'
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LAKE GEORGE, N. Y. (U.P.)-- -
A woman visitor to Fort William
Henry. now undergoing restora- "-'D!7r"
tion. stumped workmen recently. colorful
While on a guided tour of the' Te oIonr a
fort, which was burned during the TpeM
French and Indian Wars, the wom. a
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want my money back,"
Harold Veeder, working on the"
restoration, studied the display of CELL
seven skeletons excavated from AIT W'
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Veeder had no answer. I


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A 14-year-old Watertown boy tak-
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ererature ds a Y g beinning at 7;. ot r0uaua
h w ve t e =a ? minag 0of the eveWlnr Uila be the trV.
t hey r rllrelf if you dis-~lr. Robert Vlnola CJ. ftrm
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a you an't oerdo the Medal" Church, NowCritoi.
't y ou're wondrul" routine whether Vinolk, in eloquent
s're dei with man. Me, paker, bringS nameassme iit
to have to rka little to hope and cOurage to the work-
t o wom,. rlsm do uilt era of the Canal Zone.
to it f they dm't have'to try to
ain her radqlq .8 4 ptad e Local rate workers and their
Tat tihe more m tMfamilies are cordially IWlted to
you are the more au will. attend the meeting.
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SERVICE "NOVEDADES ATHIS" CATw MU ST
1 Aa.-Phone 1-291 and Via I5i No H 2p4 --- an d ve..-ftR .


MORRISON'S
Fourth of J.uiv Ave Phone 2 0441


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Household
FOR SALE:-Three matching pieces,
will sell separately. glass front ca-
bipet, large buffet, small buffet.
Ironing board,' 2 occasional tables,
2 Misc. tables, chest-of-drawers,
rocking chair, 4 Misc. chairs,
dishes, 2 pillows, diningroom table
with 4 chairs. Tel. 3-3089.


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:-Oldsmobile Hydramatic,
radio, 8,0CG miles. 2529-C, Co-
coli, after 4.
FOR SALE: 50 De Soto, 4 Door,
W/S tires, radio, $1,000. Phoneo
83-7187.


FOR SALE:-50 Ford, Custom 8
black, Club Coupe, radio and


SFOR SALE:-Metal dining table, grey heater, undercoated, very cleon.
with 4 chairs $95.00. G. E. Deep $950.00. Phone Navy 2476 or
Freeze, 60 Cycle, 2 years $295.- 3510.
00. Child's table, mahogany with -___________
1 2 chairs, $ 2.00. Kitchen table FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet De
Soak, $5.00. Piano, Beckwith, Spinet Luxe. Car is like new, radio, tires.
S$275.00. House Z9, Los Cumbres Can finance, $810. Phpne 4-565.
o, office Tel. Panama 2-2386. FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 4 door
,. SALE:--Kelvintor refrig rator, sedan. Power Glide. Onginol own-
M*A SALE:-Kelvinator refrigerator, or. Albrook 3105.
,. 6 cu. ft. Good condition, $65.00.
Telephone 3-5056. Panama. PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
.,----------- OFFRS VEHICLES FOR $ALE
ot iOR SALE:-One child's crib with Sealed bids for opening in public,
t mattress; one play pen with pad; will be received until 10:30 A. M.
1 one carpet 9 x 12 in good condi- December 2, 1953, in the office of
tion; one 3-way standing lamp; Superintendent of Storehouses, Bal-
S' wo upholstered arm chairs. All boa, for sale of vehicles, including
cheap and in good condition. Ap- pick-up, stoke, panel, dumps, cable
ply 50th Street No. 30 upstairs, splicer, sedan, lineman's and canopy
- telephone Panama 3-2664. express bodies, located in "300"
Area, Balboa. and Cristobel SteM-
FOR SALE:-Factory replacement 25 house. Invitation No. 31, with full
"' eyele electric motrr for Thor au- particulars 'may be bbtoined from the
tomatic washing machine. $20.00. above sources, or from the office of
Phone Coco Solo 8616. Superintendent of Storehouses, tel-
'*- l ephone'2-1 11 5 .
FOR SALE: Sideboard, $10500 e -11
Dreser, $100.00. Double bed, FOR SALE-1951 Plymouth sedan.
$80,00. Night table, 15.00. Selling cheap. Call Sgr. Chase, N.
Wrdrobe,125.00. All Custom C. Club Ft. Amador, 82-5132
built m air any furniture. Used or
oely one yean Telephdne Panama FOR SALE-1951 Plymouth 4 dOe
Z-3518. sedan 21,000 miles, priced for
FOR SALE:---Coldsopt refrigerator quc sale. House 0922, Amador
and Wedgewood gas stove L-kE Road. Phone 2984.
new. Call Ft. KobeL 6217. FOR SALE-1951 H;llmen convert-
ible. Very gcod Phone Tucker,
FOR SALE:-One 7 Vt Cu. Ft., 6C Navy 3670 dav:,- 2295, evenings.
cycle, G. E. Refrigerator in good FCR SALE- 950 ljinck Riviera. Per.
condition. Phone Pariama 2-2784 fct coondtn 6 tries. duty paid.
or after office.'hcurs,' Ponama 3- $1.400. Telephone 86-2278 from
4211. 730 a. m. to 330 p. m House 286
Roosevelt Avenue
FOR SALE: Livingroom furnturn IFOtuALE-l940 r T rdSeda
consisting of: Bambco d.von andFO SALE-1940 2 Dr. Ford Sedan
three large -hairs; native mahogoy Good transportation. Reoaonabfe
f- .bl. d mtchn .end Cal Panama 3-2656


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; tables with lamps; 8 x 0 Cnese
rug, the lot for $500.00. Coll Ca-
Snal Z4ne 2-.805 or apply 5282
Morrispn St.. Dioblo, Canal Zone


FOR SALE: Must sell practically
AL''* 't"I4pru6no-. ol, draw ing
ro-n, complete guest room, indlvi-
dreal Easy chairs atrfoam cushion-
S rd. Beautful ru Swedish Chno.
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daybeds w't mattress. H I 73 3
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FOR SALE :-Atee erm g cycle
S$9.00.. Gas Svt. rMTrigerotor,
a SIOB "Tl. 3-10 .Jorin
| Araem* t. *(,IF No. S,

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Oer.atable

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FOR Piee livingroom suite
oabil. Perfect condition.
$ a.- th street Eat No.. 9.
Si Jbove comisarioto Don
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FOR ;SA _geErom bedroom,
P1ti b a. d Stove., Ilnormation,
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w $"k. 2 piece livingroom
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POR SALt-8 cu. ft. Refrigerator,
5165.00. Electric stve; 4 burners.
585.00. Typewriter Underwood.
$25.00. Tel. 2-3518, Panama..
"FOR SALE:-60 cycle Apai wsh-
Ing machine $55.00. Telephone
S83-2294, 538-B, CQrundu Hgts.


LEGAL NOTICE
UVWHW ITAWM O AOIrIO
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WANTED TO BUY--fick-up. "i e-
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WANTED yLu.- refrigerator cs a
trade-in oi a new Croslyr Shelvy-
doe. Cyrns. Tivoli Crossing,
J292


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Las Ci- 4#up

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To Las lJas Kds
At the last meeting of the
Wte Cumcies Civic Council it
waS voted to advance the date
'of It, December meeting to the
evealig of Dec. 7 in order to
cqa*r-Tde alels afor the Christ-
ma, aep lvtle,.
Ediwaid Coe has voluntereed
Ua.Chalrman of a Committee to
bring a little Chtlatmas cbeer.te
La Lajas chUilren during the
Cristmas season. He along with
otbart Byd' John Joqher.'%*
wrds". ita Mrs. a
8cumndt w;id abllit a l resmIl
of Las Cumores for.donrmti a a,
old clehibgs and toys.
Colleetlor wrill be made to1
morrow and againn on Dec. 5.
The, asluarl- Chriatmal Party
at the La Cumbres chlldres
will take place Cacember 20.
HKrry Peai; is the chairman is
charge. EaLh parent tI reminded
to buy a gitt or each child,
wrapped, Ind with the cblldr
namme, deirly written so that
Santa can distribute. The gift
e to be dbllved at Pearl's
e oce before tMPrty. '
A prize of $10 wll be g1yen
to the Las Cumbrea reelept
da eoorats bis*9tte B-
l)actively for th u R e.
I-W Nr' plientorar t. j ei*
abaOl Cbristmaa tree bunlkm k
In January.
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2Oa --, As.- @,
DR. WENEHAE IMedal Cli
Central 'Adhue "K" Street conwr.
Telephone 2-3479, Panama,.
PRE-INVEINORY SALE: -- Brand
new standard 30 gallon heaters,
former price $150.0 how reduced
to $115.00 fbr the month of De-
comber only at Hermonos Wright
S. A. Colon, R. P.
Have you seen the beautiful apelquel
sheets, original and ecannomica
on display at "La Postal" No. 68
Central. Avenue also beautiful hats.
RADIO AND AMPLIFIER' REPAIR
SERVICE: Guarontemd Work.
All parts used freated for.tropiaol
climate. Tropical Electronics. Calle
45 E, No. 2. Tvo blocks pest Qlla
Vista Theatre.


JUNGLE JIM JAUNT
TO
DARIEN
Sponsored by Hotel El Pai ,ne
3 Futi days. Leove Fridoy, "ec; 4th,
return late Sunday afternoon Dec.
6th. Fishing through -Partl stands,
visit the prirrtive Chocd 'ndians,
spear crocodiles, cruise-up the Sem-
bu River, aboard El Panam's .PC-
cfdoro.
Bring-' old clothes, frtable
shoes. and DON'T FORGET YOUR
CAMERA.
For reservation phone Jungle Jim at
Penome 3-1660, or see yur ravel
Agent. _
Sealed bi. in triplicate. willbe re-
ceived in the office of the Engineer-
ing and Consruction Director.
Poanim Canal Compdny. Balboa
Height, Canal Zone, until 10:00
a. m., December 23, 1953, and
then publicly opened, for furnish-
ng all. plant. tools, equipment, la-
bor.. imrWees, and- materials, and
for P~fra .lr. oil work for relay-
ing of,'sle roofs for quarters at
9albq~e,.. Z. Forms of proposals.
specifaltions. .nd full partculfrs
may be obtained from the office of
the Contrect and inspectlen'Divi-
sion. Room 343, Balboa Heights,
ITelephone 2-319 or 2-26961.
specifications ead drawings are not
issue4 p' q, dftelt f O.0O per
set. Depo h witbe forfeited if
specificatibis yld'dr4winga ere sot
returned .within 40 llendo days
after opening of bids.


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FOR SALE- proctically


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OR SALE: A oop grqy
goaolihp *egi~tn, 0'.inted and
compete^l 'sals and
oil equ. Cdll vy 3544.
FOR S ry Schooner.
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Modern 2, 4 dnd 5 ir furnished
or unfurnised. Alh Office
8061, 1Oth Stn't. ain,' Tel-
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FOR RElT:--Tw. rM' i prtmi
for one couple e Lefevre.
Tel. 3-2162 ,
FOR 'RENT-A not furnish-
ed -13t Street. S Francisco, for
information cell .1464.
FOR REN':--aeiu y furnished
one bedroom apa n to purchas-
er of fumrnhlng. hblb's crib and
bathinefte include $ Rein $60.00.,
Phoan 2-5327. '
FOR RENT:--wo bedroom furnished
apartment for one or two couples.
SI. inspetd.. CervaqullA 642.
San Francisco 642. Tel. 3-4418.
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-Sen. Ralph A. Flanderis,pfter
a tour of nine aircraft lCn
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Thie Stud Uzza's speedy Chingri
returned from a brief layoff In
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S and galloped to a ridiculously
easy victory in the featured $750
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Chingrl. under the feather of
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Au Vin were completely outrun
and never prominent.
EXrNDS WINNING STREAK Riqul, the Cuadra Mexico's un- Chingri returned $5.09 per win
beaten. native thoroughbred yesterday upped his winning streak ducat. This dividend paled into
t6 Ifin a row as he easily galloped from a field of Class "I" im- significance. however, when
ViorId thoroughbreds. Colombian jockey Oscar Magera rode the compared with the 54.20 win
t*io-year-oldigelded bay son of Supreme Sir-Fair Portia. How- payoff of Regal Chum in the
enter, in this picture Blas Aguirre is atop Oscar rimaldo's pride. ninth race. The second one-two
Regal Chum-VampAresa was the
day's biggest dividend--U14.
Dodgers N w Mdy Unbeaten native thoroy h-


Sthoroughbreds i such ease
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add at least two more triuphs
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Aurelo Mena was the only
NEW YORK, Nov. 27 (UP) The 35-ear-old Di Maggio sat jockey to win more than one
The new manager of the Brook- out last season when be realized race. He crossed thefinish line
lyn D6dgers already is making he didn't fit in with Boston's re- first aboard Sweet Windsor and
plans faornext season., building program. Dom says he Pepsi Cola.
Walter Alston, before leaving has had several offers to return The dividends:
for tts home in Oxford, Ohio, to baseball as a player but that (More)
last night, said three pitchers is definitelyy out." Dimag says
he had at Montreal might make he doubts whether he would ac- FIST RIACE
the Doldger tuad., The ormeri Cept a minor league job but is l-Riomar 5.30 2.60 2.40
Ilnwgkrge of th4 Royals dvee interested in returning to the 2-Duque $3.40, 2l30
Hompton-Coleman, Ed lRoebuck majors. 3-Vilarreal$2.40.
n.a, :LaBorda will fit into Dom says his goal is to return
t.he rkyn pitching pans. as a majoi league manager. Dt- SECOND RACE
Alttq 'sa s Coleman sho wed Maggio says-"You can't play 1-Aprontes $5.80. 3, 2.40
"'monpentsi' greatness" in the ball 14 years and just leave with- 2-Paris Midi $4.40, 5.2p
Intel stiopal League last sea- out any interest in the game. I 3--Mountain Princess $2.80.
son.: t haven't any. offers to manage but First Double: (Rlomar-A-
,The balding Alstonwas a- I want to be free to make any proutee) 512.40.
msut~.by Dbdger officials that choice that might come my way.
-'jh het tahtklag over as "In- Also in baseball, Don Gutte- THIRDl BRACE
tert Bi Bnager". even thoulay ridge has replaced Luke Appling l-Dlxiana $1 2.80
.he Bind for only one year. as manager of Memphis igthe 2-Don Orau $2.40.
v, t Natf lW oftleHatl made it Southern Association. It's be- One-T w o : (MDxanA-Don
. in thob will, be dlsappoint- lieved Appling is negotiating for Gran) 51.80.
e4f klyn doesn't eap a a n nagerial job in the Interna- FOURTH RACE
Sat a oe victory by tonal League... The owner of l-Taponazo $10.20. 11.80, 3.60
St World Series. Toronto in the International 2-81n Fin $38, 9.20
Presco Thomp- League predicts that city will be 3-Coran $9.20.
Sea-"n we los te World in the majors by 1955. Jack Qulnela: (Tapoause S n
lia next ea h ar o ijuriea Cooke refuses to give a reason Fin) 51h6A
or some ot-i r ce for thisopinion... Pittsburgh
*'t1 consider It Alston's fa!lbt has' signed. 18 year old right-' P"PvV bACI
I wooi-. wonr deny that winr wander Bob Croston from Mount 1-Rlqul $ 3.60
W ortleIs a lrramom Morris, New York. Croton 1w 2,LMadle 8ong $5.
,bict pirhzslden1i Wetr report to the Pirates' farm club
in Hutchlnson of the Western SIXH RACB
Br* kly has lost allseven of Association. 1-Delhia $54, 2.20
jt rs. LMt h ( r 2-Me Mson $9.60, 6.20
i ill attnd. tthei minor. Right-hander Alie Reynolds of 3-Se a on $ 2.40
ating n ta next the New York Yankees reports SEV NTH RACE
m 'ad a pected to name he is ready to drill a wildcat oil I-Vulcan(i4o $14.40 5.20, 3.60
athes shd tly after Vice- well just north of Dallas. Rey- 2--pamblet $2.30, 3
ent Bu auus ays BII- nolds plans an eight thousand 3-Luloso $5.
andWk Pilter have foot well...Owner Phil Wrigley Seeded Double: (Delhla-Vul-
club e would like of the Chicago Cubs has been a- esanado) 34.
But' Harry "Cooky warded the Louis Comiskey base- EIGHTH BACE
Lay 'ants to part compa- ball trophy. The trophy, "for 1-8. Windsor $4.80. 2.20. 2.20
Ilt? l Llong and meritorious service to 2-iPae Face $2.20, 2.20
w i& Oakland, Call- base all," will be presented to 3.lInterlude $4.20.
he has sent in his Wrig y on Jan. 17. 1qllae: (Sweet Windsor
It was Cookie who P wale F e) 354--
two out in the 1947 Hollywood Realism NTiE RACE
to break up ano- i-Regal Chum $54.40.21.20, 9
Floyd Bevens of the MEMPHIS, Tenn. (U. P.) It 2--Vampiresa 8.80, 4.20
Vagetto says he my must have been a realistic movie 3-Newbdlghton $2.60.
re Doder manager Paul Pendergrass saw. Pender. One-Two: (Regal Chum-
re'l4reoen with Oakland of grass said that one scene in the Vampires) $680 .
i e P ic Coast League. movie showed watches of all ac- TENTH RCE
In'I 3m~ton, the Red So4 an- tors and actresses stopping du to 1-chingrl .20, .40
no 4se they have given 'vet- rhagietim.' When Pendergrass left 2-Scythla .40.
mu center fielder Dem Dl ithe theater, he found his watch ELEVENTH RACE
'his unconditional re- had stopped -for the first time in 1-Pepsi Cola 3.40, 32.20
slaTe. This leaves the way clear' three years. A jeweler could find --Veralld $2.20.
fr the little profes~lo" to notLung Lwrong with the Watch,
mak e arrangements If he which suddenly started working
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Isthmian Table Tennis .

Tournament Semirfinals

Scheduled Next ',;iesday
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The "Isthmian Table Tennis
Tournament at thb .tO- -JWB
moved into the semiftials Wed-
nesday. night with th four re-
maining players In each division
scheduled to battle it out for a
spot in the finals next Tuesday
evening.
The quarter-final round went
according to schedule sfor the
most part as the tp favorites
held forth in thilvfan bracket
all down the Ina. 0 anm,
the -defending w
an easy 2l, 1-1 ov
R. Simons aidd ed" A
Joseph-took the.-beOSal of O,
Appen 21-13t 21-14.
P. Durhan bad t .
with .. Hughes, the
entry in the tournament, as
defeated the Colon yoongter i
11, 21-15. M. Preqaldo rounds
the fil foour- as he defeated G~
Basse 21-', s -21L ,
In the military bracket te
surprise was the deiat of
Fairman, who uetol FoaI
0. Moreno, Tlueda nig.
man went downbefore Fried-
man of Fort Amador 21-14, 21-15.
The remaining three sition
were tak* y p oern from Al-
brook Air. FOTe C. Bartlo-
lomew defeated P. CkwM I IS*3
24, 21-12, 21-13 in the upper
bracket and P. Hinkson won oer
R. Swinm 12-21, 1-18, 22-20 sad
D. xKliu downed B. Blm t1
16, 21-1rif the lower bracket.
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4o lo-o Team No. APLe. -. Walkek 151 154 151 '4M
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Acmel 4If .20 31 ON Lenocker 121 131 181
Jaen Laa it 32 2745 Wickham 121 152 117
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Toria I 17 5103 State Poleice oWo wrne or e e
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Fledlen 139 18 1" 4931dstributed before one of the
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Panama Seeking NoMr uts,
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A- Ast. Sec. of De- ays Fl I
tense John A. Hannah tells re- nI
porters at Washington that the g
Armed Forces are studying the ..
possibility of cutting manpow- NEW YORK, Nov. 27 (UP) additional grievances. They are decent, which knet
er by 10 percent during the (Danlel James, managing editor paid less for the same labor 'Ih pae
next fiscal year. of the New Leader in an article than non-Panamanians. They 4w at( te 2o6eWl
on the Hi i ald-Tribune's edito- are given inferior .bousiR and found. The .feelk
rlal entitled, "Canal vs Repub- schooling. They a Mn buy only loiIU'that the Untted
blc of Panama" says the United In segregated comamisaries and wants naps a to be a i
States should accede to ani Just attend segregated lubs, and a- wek mba
Dr Dir tr demands of Panama. hears wrf.
"Here Is a case" he says, 'These policies a lwhther few C i
a Nan "where no handouts are being they are of West n a Ner thatiM e
%ys new nnsought." -----"
'Und mocra c James says the central issue
"In fifty years there has
l grown up in the Canal Zone an
economy that is independent of
SWASHINGTON, Nov. 27 (UP) and in competition with, Pan-
Draft Director Lewis B. Her- ama's. As the Panamanlans put
ahey today criticized as "undem- it, "the Canal Zone has become
Qcratic" a proposed defense de- a state within a state.'"
;pitment-plan to raise mental He adds- "Panama Is more
requirement for draftees and dependent on the Zone that it
volunteers m all branches of the should be. Unfortunately, its
formed services. commerce is overdeveloped
Hershey also said that less- while its agriculture and in-
iducated or less- intelligent dustry are undeverdeveloped."
nn eventually will have to be Responsibility for this lies
gained anyway since it looks chiefly with the Paiam ana
like the nation's survival ulti- But. even here the Zone has
mately will depend on using been a discouraging factor.
"just about everybody alive." "Not onl businessmen but
The proposed plan was ad- Panamanlans in general are af-
vanced from within the Defense feted by the Zone's economic
Departmen on the theory that pohcies.
the armed services should be "With the war-time boom
Allowed to substitute brainpow- ovei, Panamw is experiencing a
or for manpower since their recession and unemployment.
overall strength is being cut. The An Increare in Panamanian
idea is to provide more qualified business trsulting from a les-
men to man the complicated ser-Ing of the Zone's economic
weapons of modern war. activltlep could provide some
Asst. Defense Secretary John new employment.
A. Hannih has emphasized that- "Panamanians employed by
the proposal is in the study the Zone and Armed Forces have
stage. He indicated that he
personally has reservations a- Fla
bout it and wants to make sure
the services now are making
best use of available manpower. A r Tk l
S The Amy, Navy and Air Force A ire rea
Will submit their views on the Fr e
plan next month.
Hershey, who is faced with the U I N1o IM" ILa% non
S ob of supplying the men the of thew BMl*vSs ea.q F"oa
armed forces need, tolda re- ed mW., Maid the hotel 40C
rmed forces need, told a re- PUSAN, Korea, Nov. 27 (UP)- and secret dolostme..Be is3 Is
porter If is "not Democratic" to A roaring fire swept through Efter their wedding. Pliee t.
make the more intelligent men this war refugee-crowded city of alone by the PmA. vwM zaooU5 te;
arry a still bigger share of the last night destroying an estimat-
ation's defense load. l ed 2,000 homes, sending tho!L- .
sa'Why should a m go into sands of Koreans screaming in-
eil-iee ahead of his time just to the streets and threatening
ecaure someone else didn't go U.. military nstallatios. ,
o as long as he did N details were reported ore A rr st
ezahey lasted. medlatly but the fire was rtUll
At present about 10 per cent out of control late in the eve- .
all.draftees and volunteers ning.e e
Are rejected for military service The gng blaze had burne
Th men algoun s. ew raging blawehad burned inU s
Spomental grounds. Tb new through 100 frame and paste-
p-,psal tus boosting men tlto board shacks used to house ref-
Point, thus boosting mental adthen drept uowithin
standards. Congress would have ugeesr and thenrrept to wlthi.n ( --
to approve any auch step. 20 yards of American Army of- BOSTON,2 ( up.)
"If -less qualified men must ftcers' billets, .. ;-o laey a
re~qhuev Add he o At 10:35 p.m. Korean time 4 the acco= 4
serve," Hershey said, whenn do f"e si Itwa si c r P inZ(Shor
Straf them? Now, when we firemen sidd It was still "cum- pllHe x J ex. OGevor D D,
ve time, or during the war pletely out of control." -' a t
nwe ave no te We' vh e 'e Thousands of children ran artshi 10 ....f a ,ord r
got t e the manpowe hereamung through the streets as ear f y
S to-use the manpower poolby 0-me
as -It Is, not as we would like It the fire fanned by 30-mile
Sw wind, s ent sparks raining down old -
e_______on the city. there wa a
A boulevard was believed wide p ibly Itll t
enough to save the Puan rafl- ht -
road station but Radio Pugan AUnttiP,5
headquarters near the station wh
Caught fire. ing ae j
his wife, Mrstrl4 -
i The Hard Way Wollntn late
/ Th sot wnl' O D.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (U.P. Int .
-Lt. James T. Prater of the Fbl-iSStR s
Ida Highway Patrol caught a no
ing motorist the hard way. Prater o0 l 09 9 MM
,*MW 1 JN was pursuing the speeder who Q'~~o~- f
Oneofrlife'smrmtr is sOed him up suddenly by obey. tlnp I-
Oeofe'g the law and stopping at a stop hul
why a glov cportmmtolways sign. Prater's patrol car erashed months.
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yes by standing and rugged on the screen usual- I2 (
th her shoes on. ly are that way. and they don't b
is that at last have to have short actresses to
ing cognizance or make them look bigger. But
Her reasoning that's not the only reason way 4B a
eels of her second tall girls are on the upgrade. e
n role it Wick- "More and more movies it- '
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know. bad girls. And for some R
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ush for actress seems to be as bad as a tall girl,"
thln eve-feer, Beverly said.
, she said. "But In her two pictures Miss Mica-
in Miier us.*' aels h a played downright to
ose aS are women. not just shrews or crazy,
ropor to her mixed 'i kids. She's played the
n iat Crrent unrepentant sinner who losses
e taller than the up everyone she meets.
Sor so years ago "I don't know how I got start-
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